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246 et seq. ; Sulayman the Magnificent
invades Persia, 247 ; travels of Anthony
Jenkinson, 249-253 •, reign of Shah
Abbas the Great, 256-268 5 Uzbeg in-
vasions, 258 ; the Sherley brothers,
259 et seq.; campaigns against Turkey,
262-264 5 struggles for ascendancy in
the Persian Gulf, 269 - 283 5 early
English' attempts to trade, 273 et seq. j
battle of Jask, 275-277 ; capture of
Hormuz, 277-280 ; Dutch and French
relations with Persia, 280-281 5 Sir
Dodmore Cotton's embassy, 281-283 ;
architecture and art under the Safavi
Dynasty, 284-295 ; decline of Safavi
Dynasty, 296-304 ; Afghanistan, 305-
306 ; career of Gurgin Khan, 307-308 ;
Mir Vais, 308-3105 the Abdalis of
Herat, 311 ; Mahmud's expeditions,
312 et seq.; battle of Gulnabad, 3155
investment and surrender of Isfahan,
316-319 5 downfall of Safavi Dynasty,
319-320; reign of Mahmud, 321 et
$eq.; Peter the Great and Persia, 322
et seq.; Turkish invasions, 327-329 ;
accession and reign of Ashraf, 329-335 ;
will of Peter the Great, 335-338 ; rise
and career of Nadir Shah, 339-369 ;
Shah Tahmasp's campaign against the
Turks, 343 ; battle of Karkuk, 344-
345 ; victory over Topal Osman, 345 ;
abolition of Shia doctrines, 347-348 ;
Nadir Shah's campaigns, 349 et seq.$
battle of Karnal, 353-354 5 Nasrulla
Khan, 355-3565 rebellions in Persia,
362 5 Nadir's last campaign against
Turkey, 362-363 5 journeys of John
Elton, 363-364 5 Jonas Hanway, 364-
365 5 death and character of Nadir
Shah, 367-369 5 Zand Dynasty, 370-
384 5 Ahmad Khan, 37O-3715 reiSn
and career of Shah Rukh, 371 et seq. ;
reign of Karim Khan, 375 5 Kharak
occupied by the Dutch, 375~376 3 En§-
lish at Bushire, 376-377 ; Zaki Khan,
377-378 ; AH Murad, 379 5 Jafar, 379-
380 5 accession of Lutf Ali, 380 5 Haji
Ibrahim, 380-382 5 campaigns of Lutf
Ali, 382 et seq.; founding of Kajar
Dynasty, 385-394; Aga Mohamed
Khan, 385 et seq.; death and character,
391-393 ; accession of Path Ali Shah,
393 ; British and French missions, 395
et seq. 5 mission of Mehdi Ali Khan,
397 ; Malcolm's first mission, 398-
399 5 Haji Ibrahim's downfall, 400 ;
first French mission, 401-402; Gar-
danne Mission, 402-403; fight for
power in Afghanistan, 403-404 ; Mal-
colm's second mission, 404-405 5 mis-
sion of Sir Harford Jones, 405-406 ;
Malcolm's third mission, 406-407;

Definitive Treaty, 407-409 ; campaigns
with Russia, 410-422; Erivan cam-
paign, 412-413 5 battle of Aslanduz,
413; Afghan campaigns, 415-416;
battle of Shamkar, 417-418 ; capture
of Erivan and surrender of Tabriz, 419 ;
Treaty of Turkomanchai, 419-421;
murder of Russian envoy, 421-422 ;
aggression on Afghanistan, 423 et seq.;
campaign in Khorasan, 423-424 ; death
of Abbas A#raa, 425-426 ; death and
character of Fath Ali Shah, 426-427 ,-
accession of Mohamed Shah, 427-428 ;
rise of Dost Mohamed, 429 - 430;
Burnes mission, 430-431 ; second siege
of Herat, 431-434 ; first Afghan War,
434-437; British mission to Herat,
437 ; rebellion of Aga Khan, 438-439 ;
relations with Turkey, 439; death of
Mohamed Shah, 439-440; accession
of Nasir-u-Din, 441; the Bab, 443
et seq.; Russian naval station at Ashu-
rada, 447-448 ; fall of Amir-i-Nizam,
448-449 ; Russian negotiations, 449-
450 ; breach with Great Britain, 450-
455 ; Russian advance in Central Asia,
458-459 ; first Khivan expedition, 459-
460; Russian activity, 460 et seq. 5
crushing of the Turkoman by Russia,
463 - 464 ; Makran boundary commis-
sion, 465-466 ; Sistan question, 466-
471 ; telegraphs, 472-475 ; opening of
the Karun, 476-477 ; Imperial Bank
of Persia, 477-478; assassination of
Nasir-u-Din, 478-480 ; Persian finance,
480 et seq.; machinery of government,
487 et seq.; administration of justice,
490 et seq.; taxation, 492-494; village
life, 494-499 ; history of the constitu-
tional movement, 500-511
" Persian Gates," i. 278
Persian Gulf, i. 4, 5, 6, 10 ; description
of, 26-27 i 3°» 33i 38> 4°» 4*» 43> 44,
45, 46, 47, 50, 65, 70, 81, 95, 168,
232, 298-299, 338, 412, 418,445,493,
531 ; ii. 2, 269, 270 ; weakness of
Persia in, 303-304; Persian authority
asserted on littoral, 456-457
Persis (classical form of Pars), i, 307,
326
Pertinax, Emperor, i. 414
Peshawar, i. 289 ; captured by Nadir, ii.
Peshin, ii. 356
Peter the Great, ii. 300 footnote 5 embassies
to Persia, 303, 308 5 will of, 322, 335-
338; capture of Derbent, 322-323 5
occupation of Resht and Baku, 323 5
treaty with Shah Tahmasp, 323-324,
3*7, 346> 363* 458
Peter the Hermit, il 115
Petra, i. 418, 489, 490; ii. 3